A level II fire broke out at a godown in Mumbai’s Parel area on Monday morning. According to ANI, 12 fire tenders have been rushed to spot. Further details are awaited. The ‘maximum city’ has seen a rise in fire incidences lately, this blaze come a week after Mumbai witnessed a massive fire in BPCL plant in Chembur.
The fire broke out in State-run Bharat Petroleum Corp. Ltd (BPCL) plant in Mumbai’s Chembur on August 8, and at least forty-five people were injured in the fire. The incident took place at the public sector oil firm’s plant on the Mahul Road in Chembur area of East Mumbai around 2.45 pm. The impact of the explosion was such that houses in Mahul were rattled, glass panes and mirrors were shattered and the blast could be heard in Pratiksha Nagar near Sion.